Qatar voices support for Turkey security measures

August 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/3/2015, p1
The article reports on declaration of support from the Qatari government for counterterrorism measures adopted by Turkish government. Topics discussed include aim of counterterrorism measures for protecting its borders and national security, statement of the Qatar's Foreign Ministry about the measures, and blames on terrorist groups Daesh and Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) for attacks in Turkey.


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